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The 2012 NFL season, the 93rd regular season of the National Football League, is set to begin Wednesday, September 5, 2012, and will end with Super Bowl XLVII on Sunday, February 3, 2013, at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans.
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Now that Manning is out of Indianapolis, Reggie Wayne instantly becomes the veteran leader on offense. He has been one of the most consistent receivers over the past decade, but he's on the decline. Wayne is 33 years old and struggled last year on a team that was in transition. To compound the problem, the Colts added two tight ends in the draft and will rely more on the run. Wayne is no longer an elite wideout and is at best a low-end No. 3 fantasy receiver. Austin Collie also suffered mightily without Manning. After scoring eight touchdowns in only nine games two years ago, Collie fell to one score in 16 games. The fourth-year wideout is strictly a reserve fantasy option.
Coby Fleener has the advantage of already playing with Luck throughout their college careers. He'll be one of Luck's primary targets and has the potential to finish as a top-15 tight end in a rebuilding offense. Fleener demonstrated in college that he can get downfield and put pressure on opposing defenses with his athleticism. Third-round pick Dwayne Allen should play alongside Fleener in many formations, but is more of a blocker and less of a receiving threat compared to the former Stanford tight end.
New Orleans apparently has some kind of Midas touch when it comes to running back, or just scouts who know what to look for in a ball carrier. The most exciting position battle taking place on the field in Canton was for the Saints' fourth running back job.
Chris Ivory is the incumbent, sitting behind Darren Sproles, Mark Ingram and Pierre Thomas. Injuries limited his production last season, and he has been identified as a potential roster casualty in the coming weeks. He finished the game, working mostly with the second and third team, with just 13 yards on nine carries and one reception for 15 yards.
Stealing the spotlight was Travaris Cadet, an undrafted rookie from Appalachian State. Cadet led the Saints with eight receptions for 80 yards and a touchdown and six carries for a loss of three yards.
“Mularkey’s done a great job for us. He’s a former player who’s been through it. To me, that all means a ton, because he knows exactly what we are going through and what it takes to be successful.”
While the offense is being revamped, and Mularkey and his assistants are trying to reformat quarterback Blaine Gabbert after a horrific rookie season, the defensive system and bulk of the staff have been in place for a while now.
Gabbert has nice moments, but his overall inconsistencies halt any anxious proclamations that he made a significant offseason jump.
No matter how much players and coaches talk about his gains in leadership, no matter how much faith the organization has in him, no matter how patient they are, it comes down to making throws under pressure.
The early snapshot says the defense can be really good, but that a limited offense could be the obstacle to the surprise the Jaguars would so like to produce. There is a lot of time to work on what’s been installed, to find what works and to run it better than it’s been run so far.